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To Build or Not to Build: Going Live is [Not] Just Being Practical!
(Association of Architectural Educators, 2014)
Increasingly students and faculty alike are calling for a “hands-on” approach to architecture and building construction as an integral part of the architectural education. Schools of architecture have implemented courses ...
Vernacular architecture: advocating for volcanic stone construction as a viable alternative to burnt brick in mountainous areas of south-western Uganda.
(International Conference on Passive Low Energy Architecture (PLEA), 2017)
The following discussion presents volcanic stone as a viable walling material in areas where it is abundant. Kisoro, Fort Portal and Bushenyi located in Southwestern Uganda are areas endowed with abundant volcanic stone. ...
Embodied energy of the common wood fired brick.
(The Architectural Science Association, 2017)
With calls for environmentally conscious building design and construction on the increase across East Africa, the need to better appreciate the environmental credentials of commonly used materials has become a priority.Lack ...